My Requests

Dinu Lipatti - Works, Vol. 1
Arnold Van Wyk - Primavera / Symphony No. 1 / Symphony No. 2
Josip Stolcer-Slavenski - Sinfonija Orijenta (1934)
Mordechai Seter - Jerusalem (1968)
Primoz Ramovs - Symphony No. 4 (1968)
Hugues Dufourt - Erewhon (1977) - thanks, arcaf!
Michael Levinas - Les rires du gilles - thanks, Jordan!
Natasa Danilovic - Horror Vacui
Guillermo Gregorio - Approximately - thanks, Eugene!
Guillermo Gregorio - Ellipsis - thanks, Reimer!
Diedre Murray - Running Man
D.D. Jackson - Québécité

To my knowledge, all these are out of print, or may never have been released.


At 11:46 PM, Anonymous milton parker said...

thanks for the blog, especially the takemitsu

akira nishimura's 'into the lights of the eternal chaos' is still in print, I believe, but these files should let you know whether you need to make a purchase

track 1 -
track 2 -

At 7:25 AM, Blogger knowby said...

Thanks, milton parker. I'd forgotten that album was still available.

At 3:15 AM, Blogger arcaf said...

I have a few dufourt cds
let me know if you're interested.
keep the good work

At 8:12 AM, Blogger knowby said...

arcaf, that would be great!

At 3:57 AM, Blogger Eugene said...

yes, guillermo - have it

sent u an email - u may publish my list on the blog - maybe others will tell what out-of-prints they would take too much time if i try to search for them on my own....

At 4:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come on!
Post Guillermo Gregorio for everyone!
In any case thanks, this is a very interesting place.

At 4:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey arcaf, where is the second shot of Gerard grisey?
The first it's been really appreciated.

At 5:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes yes yessss, post guillermo gregorio! we, the thousands of anonymous weird-sounds lovers beseech You!!

At 3:19 AM, Blogger arcaf said...

second shot of grisey

gérard grisey - les espaces acoustiques
1 prologue (1976) pour alto solo 17.27
gérard caussé - alto solo
2 périodes (1974) pour sept musiciens 12.47
3 partiels (1975) pour 18 musiciens 18.25
ensemble cour-circuit
direction pierre-andré valade
1 modulations (1976/77) pour 33 musiciens 13.20
2 transitoires (1980/81) pour orchestre 17.28
3 épilogue (1985) pour 4 cors solos et orchestre 7.43
frankfurter museumorchestrer
direction sylvain cambreling

At 10:29 PM, Blogger Jacob Sudol said...

les espaces acoustiques...

Truly essential music, arcaf.

Do you happen to have the oop Grisey disc with "Jour Contre Jour"?

At 3:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I see now the second shot of Gérard Grisey, unexpected and important.
Positively surprised!
Ok, go without saying,

At 3:12 AM, Blogger arcaf said...

sorry Jacob no jour contre jour but this instead

gérard grisey -vortex temporum

vortex temporum
1 11.17
2 10.46
3 18.23

4 talea 16.38

ensemble recherche
kwane ryan- direction
freiburg november 1996

At 2:47 PM, Blogger arcaf said...

dufourt special
hugues dufourt - erewhon (1974-76)
pour 6 percussionistes et 150 instruments
1 erewhon I 8.29
2 erewhon II 27.06
3 erewhon III 18.09
4 erewhon IV 12.40
les percussions de strasbourg
direction lorraine vaillancourt
paris 27-29 mars 1999

hugues durfourt
1 the watery star (1993) 25.10
pour 8 instruments
2 an schwager kronos (1994) 13.35
pour piano
3 quatuor de saxophones (1993)14.25
4 l'espace aux ombres (1995)22.33
ensemble fa
direction dominique my
paris mars et mai 1995, juin 1996

At 3:52 PM, Blogger knowby said...

arcaf, you are a beautiful creature! I'll have to pick those up when I get back.

I'll be out of town for week. When I get back I have several posts to prepare.

At 7:28 PM, Blogger marxbert said...

very nice arcaf. greatly appreciated.

At 9:42 PM, Blogger Jacob Sudol said...

merci beau arcaf!

I have little dufourt and love the last of his things you posted.

I've also seen Lorraine Vaillancourt conduct the NEM in montreal many times and she really knows how to get an ensemble to work.

At 6:47 AM, Blogger arcaf said...

for jacob
going through some cds i have found jour contre jour.
here it is

gérard grisey - jour contre jour (1976) 22.06
ensemble l'itinéraire
direction pascal rophe

At 8:16 AM, Blogger Jacob Sudol said...

Thanks arcaf!

I've been looking for that piece for a few years now.

I'm a real sucker for Grisey and mixed electronic/acoustic works; this piece has them both!

At 9:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great records of Gérard Grisey, really appreciated!
Does anyone have some Vinko Globokar?
It seem that Mr.arcaf have a great collection.

At 12:26 PM, Blogger arcaf said...

I'll check for globokar.
in the meantime..
andré boucourechliev - les archipels (1967-1971)
1 archipel I 10.54
pour deux pianos et deux percussions
claude helffer, hakon austbö - piano
roland auzet, jean-pierre drouet - percussions
2 archipel II 19.03
pour quatuor à cordes
quatuor isaye
3 archipel III 11.05
pour piano et 6 percussions
claude helffer - piano
ensemble les pléiades
4 archipel IV 13.45
pour piano
george pludemracher -piano
5 anarchipel 11.52
pour ensemble de 6 instruments
brigitte sylvestre - harpe
elisabeth chojnacka - clavecin
françoise rieunier - orgue
françois-frédéric guy - piano
roland auzet, jean-pierre drouet - percussions

live in maiosn de radio france paris december 11, 1993
MFA 216001

At 12:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


1) many thanks for the blog! particularly the la monte young material. great stuff.

2) if it's kosher to chip in with requests ... i'd love to find a complete recording of khachaturian's "children's album" piano sets, marc blitzstein material, and salvatore martirano's "l's.g.a."

3) thanks again!

At 11:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why do you use RapidShare?
Euro 9.90 month seems to me a robbery
(no flames. only a question)

At 5:25 PM, Blogger knowby said...

I've tried other services, but many of my readers complain. You can just click "free" and download it for free, but then you have to wait an hour before you can download another Rapidshare file.

At 4:48 AM, Blogger douglas said...

You have a big fan here. I saved your site to my links/site folder and will read it often. I appreciate the mp3 you posted of HE-O by Vangelis Oddyssey Papathanissiou!


Barry Douglas Butler

At 4:50 AM, Blogger douglas said...

Cool Site and Wonderful Blogging!

I loved hearing HE-O again, I just played it on vinyl the other day and great news that someone has the wisdom to place it on the web.

Barry Douglas

At 7:52 AM, Blogger Reimer said...

Super blog.

Don't suppose anyone can point me to a rip of the long-OOP Jogn Cage/Jan Steele platter 'Voices and Instruments' (UK Obscure/US Antilles 1976)?

Good to see G Gregorio getting interest outside the private-concumption cubicles of invisible collectors. Would Anthony Braxton be a good fit with this blog?

At 9:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Would Anthony Braxton be a good fit with this blog?"
I think yes, it would be a good fit.
Do you have something to share or do you have a request?

At 6:38 PM, Blogger Reimer said...

Re Braxton

I have 'Four Comps 1982/88' & 'Piano Music (Notated) 1968-88' (a 4 disc set) all of which I expect are OOP.

Have other AB but it is more Jazz/Improv-inclined

Also have Gregorio 'Cube', 'Ellipsis', and a couple of other GG Hat dates (not sure if OOP or not).

Also Morton Feldman 'For Christian Wolff' 3-disc set on Hat. Numerous Cage recordings for Hat (inc '62 Mesostics re Merce Cunningham')

I really ought to do an inventory on my bloody life.

At 9:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Re-Re Braxton

Four Comps 1982/88
Piano Music (Notated) 1968-88'
Gregorio 'Ellipsis'
Would be great!

At 3:59 AM, Blogger arcaf said...

anonymous asked for something from vinko globokar. here it is

globokar by globokar
1 prestop II (1991)pour trombone et électronique 16.34
2 échanges (1973) pour cuivre seul 5.44
3 kolo (1988) pour choeur mixte, trombone et électronique 23.06
4 discours II (1968) pour cinq trombones 15.04
5 cri des alpes (1986) pour cor des alpes 5.27
vinko globokar -trombone, cor des lapes
quatuor de trombones "four bones"
choeur apz tone tomsic de ljubljana
enregistré février 1992 à ljubljana

At 2:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 1:23 PM, Blogger knowby said...


Thanks once again for your much-sought contributions. You might be about to pass my own album upload count!

At 4:28 AM, Blogger marxbert said...

thanks again arcaf!

(anonymous--i've posted Khachaturian's "Children's Pieces" over at ; it fits with the other composers on the site with Armenian heritage).

At 2:50 PM, Blogger Reimer said...

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At 2:55 PM, Blogger Reimer said...

At 8:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a little place but really interesting.
Thanks to arcaf and Reimer, the post of Globokar and Braxton are excellent.

At 5:06 PM, Blogger Reimer said...

If anyone is interested I also have

Stomu Yamash'ta - Plays Henze/Takemitus/Maxwell Davies (Decca 1971)

Ennio Morricone - Chamber Music (various pieces from 50s & 60s, Virgin 1988) (isn't there a stunning Bassoon work by EM somewhere?)

Christian Wolff - Stones (Edition Wandelweiser 1997, oop?)

V/A 'Austral Voices' (New Albion 1990, Oz-based experimental composers, oop?)

At 5:18 PM, Blogger Reimer said...

Forgot to ask

anyone got

Anthony Davis 'X' or 'Hemispheres'

James Dillon 'Helle Nacht'



At 6:29 PM, Blogger marxbert said...

thanks reimer for the braxton..

i have a version of James Dillon's 'Helle Nacht' found on a CD entitled Orchestral Works. It is coupled with 'Ignis Noster'...

I'll upload it and post on today.

At 3:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have the 'AUSTRAL VOICES', great album. Is anyone interested in Iancu Dumitrescu? (Not far from the French Spectralists although he describes his music as acusmatic and he was influenced by Xenakis and Ligeti and of course Varese and he records with an ex-member of Henry Cow) I will try to upload some if any interest... a lot of his stuff is out of print.
Absolutely loved the Dufourt stuff... particularly the Watery Star album. Already had Saturne/Surgir and Erewhon.

At 3:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

...Also picked up from a charity shop a recording of Leo Ornstein's String Quartet on vinyl LP. Never seen it anywhere on CD, though you can get the piano music on Hyperion and Naxos.

At 8:40 AM, Blogger zhao said...

I have just now clicked on these comments and am I glad I did. amazing material from Arcaf and others.

I have loads and loads of Braxton. in all kinds of solo and group settings. also just a TON of avant-jazz period. I will get started on them on me bwoggy soon.

for now, I was wondering if Knowby will be posting some of the offerings in these comments? if not, someone should, as these amazing sounds deserve more audience. maybe that someone can be me? I can post them on different waters. what do y'all think?

At 10:45 AM, Blogger zhao said...

by the way,

gérard grisey - jour contre jour (1976)

link above only includes track 7. the first part is missing.

At 3:29 PM, Blogger zhao said...

also: Morton Feldman 'For Christian Wolff' 3-disc set

would be much, much appreciated...

At 11:04 PM, Blogger Jacob Sudol said...

I'm very interesting in hearing some Dumitrescu. After a lot of searching I found one imported c.d. of some of his music recently. I like it a lot and would love to hear more.

At 1:56 AM, Anonymous milton parker said...

my favorite Dumitrescu on CD are: ED MN 1001, ED MN 1003, ED MN 1005. though there's a lot of earlier Dumitrescu on vinyl that I've yet to locate.

here's the first track from each of those three:

Medium III (1982) for double bass, Fernando Grillo, soloist, from ED MN 1001
Pierres Sacrees (1991) for prepared piano, metallic plates and objects, from ED MN 1003
Galaxy (1993) for 3 harryphones, 3 percussions and microprocessor from ED MN 1005

those three CDs make for a good firs ssion. later CDs are also good, but I return to these the most. I also like ED MN 1002 for Ana Maria Avram's Zodiaque III.

thanks to arcaf for the grisey, those will tide me over till I find copies. amazon us is lying, though I'll probably break down and use the site soon.

At 8:15 AM, Blogger Jacob Sudol said...

Thanks for the dumitrescu mp3s. I have ED MN 1018 which has some crazy pulsar computer music.

If you're in the states, you should check out for some recordings of Grisey. It looks like they have Grisey recordings in stock (including my fave Quatre Chants and a new disc with Tempus Ex Machina, which I should really order).

In general, I've been lucky finding imported Grisey recordings here in Montreal. It may be because people Denys Bouliane and the SMCQ has a done a lot to promote his music since he died.

At 8:22 AM, Blogger Jacob Sudol said...

...correction, it looks as though that link has now become special order. Bollocks, i may have to break down and use sometime.

At 2:56 PM, Anonymous milton parker said...

every online retailer I've found that says they're in stock simply gets back to me eight weeks later saying that they can't fill my order. I'll end up at myself.

here in San Francisco the Kairos editions are usually in stock, but the ones on Accord are much harder to come by. I find myself responding more immediately to the version of Espaces Acoustiques on Accord.

thanks for that version of 'Partiels' you posted on your blog.

At 10:49 AM, Blogger Jacob Sudol said...

Here in Montreal it's the opposite, Accord releases are almost always easy to find (I have about a dozen and a half now) whereas Kairos releases are less easy to find.

I've always preferred that vinyl version of "Partiels" to the one by Court-Circuit on Accord. One of my teachers gave me that for my 200 level composition course 7 years back, but never told me who was performing on it.

Yan Maresz ranted to me once about how much he hates the conductor for Court-Circuit (who is on the Accord recording) because he does little to shape music. I think I may agree with him some. Ever since I heard of the Kairos recording, I've been wanting to hear it, since it seems the Accord version lacks some of the necessary abandon.

At 1:09 PM, Anonymous jaben said...

Great blog

I have something of dinu lipatti
unfortunately the files do not have tags and are only 128kb, but they seem to be 2 CDs of the Phillips' collection Great Pianists
It seems to be out of print.
i didn't have the time to correct the tags but i have uploaded the files.


At 9:25 AM, Blogger knowby said...

Someone asked about Dumitrescu. Much of his music is still in print. I had the most luck here and here.

At 12:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Morton Feldman 'For Christian Wolff' (comp 1986, HatHut 1992)

Eberhard Blum - flute
Nils Vigeland - piano, celesta

rec 16,17/6/92

At 3:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

reimer, sure like to hear that Stomu Yamash'ta - Plays Henze/Takemitus/Maxwell Davies (Decca 1971)--any chance of an up?


At 3:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd second that and would not mind hearing the nishimura "chaos" disk (sendspace files expired)

what an amazing comments thread!


At 5:53 PM, Blogger zhao said...

this comments thread is better than most blogs

At 8:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Morton Feldman - Rothko Chapel would be highly appreciated.

Great blog, thank you very much!

Johann Hauser.

(Charles Hayward - Skew-whiff | A tribute to Mark Rothko (1989) here: )

At 8:24 AM, Blogger arcaf said...

this may interest some of you

galina ustvolskaya -complete piano sonatas
1-4 sonate 1 (1947)
5-6 sonata 2 (1949)
7 sonata 3 (1952)
8-11 sonata 4 (1957)
12-21 sonata 5 (1986)
22 sonata 6 (1988)

frank dreyer -piano
hiversum conservatotium january 23 and 31 1995
conifer records

At 9:36 AM, Blogger knowby said...

"this may interest some of you"

Oh, maybe a little. :-)

Thanks arcaf for another wonderful post!

At 10:46 AM, Blogger zhao said...

"galina ustvolskaya -complete piano sonatas"

I don't know this but has to be amazing judging from this cat Arcaf's track record. can't wait to listen - as soon as I find my way out of the endless Feldman labrynth :)

At 4:49 PM, Blogger Reimer said...

Stomu Yamash'ta (Decca 1971)

At 4:23 AM, Blogger arcaf said...

this one of my all time favorites

luc ferrari - presque rien (almost nothing)
music promenade 20.29
1 9.53
2 10.36
presque rien n°1, le lever du jour au bord de la mer 1970 (sunrise by the sea shore) 20.43
3 6.50
4 9.21
5 4.32
presque rien n°2, ainsi continue la nuit dans ma tête multiple 1977 (so goes on the night in my multiple head) 21.29
6 12.06
7 5.10
8 4.13
presque rien avec filles 1989 (almost nothing with girls) 13.54
9 7.23
10 6.31

INA GRM 1995


At 5:43 AM, Blogger zhao said...

horatio radulescu file timed out, anyone can re-up?

seems like he was important in Spectralist cannon, my education would be incomplete without this link...

mucho grassy-ass in advance

At 5:02 PM, Blogger doey said...

I have H. Radulescu's Streichquartett nr. 4 opus 33 here... purchased it about 3 years ago from the label so I don't know about its status.. OOP or not?

At 5:22 PM, Blogger marxbert said...

Thanks to everyone...

Here's a reupload of the Horatio Radulescu:

At 8:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Be careful, you run the risk to steal too much money to Mr. Radulescu (some dollars I think);
Or, it may be, you will introduce more people to his music.
Good dilemma.

At 9:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Naturally the comment above is for “doey”(without offense).

At 11:09 AM, Blogger zhao said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

At 4:50 PM, Blogger doey said...

It looks like the RZ edition of Radulescu's opus 33 (RZ 4002) has been deleted from the catalogue, but it is available on, so if you're really itching for it you can pick it up there.

At 6:18 PM, Blogger zhao said...

I was told that one of the most amazing earlier Spectral works is a piece by... Ramille? (forget exact name), called... not Pangaea, but another word for a primordial landmass. haha I know this is not much to go on but for those who know the territory perhaps it is enough clues?

At 6:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Zhao... could this be Gondwana by Tristan Murail? Sounds very Miles Davis, doesn't it! By the way, thanks to the wonderful arcaf for Luc Ferrari. I love electroacoustic and have been wanting to sample Ferrari.

At 2:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

...incidentally, does this comments column set up a record for blog comments. It certainly has enriched its readers.

At 9:52 AM, Blogger zhao said...

I guess I switched the R and M and got Ramille out of Murail. haha :D thanks for the info!

At 4:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


1. Dizzy Divinity I
2. Byzantine Prayer
3. Frenetico il longing di amare
4. Capricorn's Nostalgic Crickets II

Conductor: Horatiu Radulescu (assistant Pierre-Alain Biget)
Performer: Pierre-Yves Artaud
Orchestra: Orchestre Francais de Flutes
Label: Adda

At 1:51 PM, Blogger knowby said...

Thank you for the Horatiu Radulescu, anon!

At 2:51 PM, Blogger arcaf said...

just to keep this thread alive
here is a pretty good record

giacinto scelsi - the 5 string quartets + string trio + khoom
1-4 quartet number 1 (1944) 31.37
5-8 string trio (1958) 13.17
9-13 quartet number 2 (1961) 17.24
1-7 khoom (1962) for soprano and 6 instruments 20.47
8-12 quartet number 3 (1963) 18.42
13 quartet number 4 (1964) 9.55
14 quartet number 5 (1974/85) 6.32
arditti string quartet
michiko hirayama - soprano
frank lloyd - horn
maurizio ben omar - percussion
aldo brizzi - conductor
recorded in koln 1988
salabert scd8904/5

At 1:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arcaf, you are the most beautuful person alive. I get up for breakfast and see this waiting in the comments. Better than cornflakes any day. Has anyone seen Scelsi's works for string orchestra anywhere I've been trying to get hold of a copy of that for ages but believe it's been out of print for quite a while.

At 2:44 AM, Blogger zhao said...

yes I bet this Scelsi strings double disc is "pretty good".

thank you.

what is your favorite Scelsi? I don't know much but seems late period becomes more lucid and transcendent.

At 12:54 AM, Blogger arcaf said...

anonymous requested scelsi's music for strings
here it is
enjoy !

scelsi - complete chamber music for string orchestra
1 natura renovatur (1967) 13.54
for 11 strings
2 anagamin (1965) 7.40
for 12 strings
3 ohoi (1966) 8.11
for 16 strings
4 elohim (19??) 4.24
for 10 strings
orchestre royal de chambre de wallonie
jean-paul dessy
recorded may 1998
forlane records

At 10:27 PM, Anonymous milton parker said...

thanks much for the scelsi.

scelsi was wildly overrecorded in the 90's after finding a wider audience in the late 80's. I must have heard about five so-so (stringently clenched & severe, yet in the end kind of soulless) discs before finally getting scelsi last year. the two things I'd start with are the compilation on Editions RZ (in print, easily found), and the 3 disc box 'oeuvres pour choeur et orchestre' conducted by jürg wyttenbach (not in print, but hit or elsewhere and you'll find it).

I'd almost recommend against downloading that box, even if you find it -- it's not music you want to listen to anywhere near a computer.

At 10:43 PM, Anonymous milton parker said...

ah, I've got that Forlane album arcaf just posted. pretty great one. copies turn up online a lot. the arditti I've never even seen a copy of.

the one's I'm really dying to hear are the ones on his own label ananda:

here's a link to the page of the box, a bunch of used copies in stock. the .uk page is a lot better at updating used copies of hard to find classical.

At 8:41 PM, Blogger zhao said...

arcaf, any more from the Frenchmen?

At 10:20 AM, Blogger zhao said...

finally giving back a little, but better late than never, right?

Kaija Saariaho - L´aile du songe

At 8:25 PM, Blogger Andy said...


any chance of a re-up on the yamash'ta plays henze, takemitsu, maxwell davies?

file is gone on r.s.


At 5:50 PM, Anonymous Thanh-Tam said...

Arnold Van Wyk - Primavera / Symphony No. 1 / Symphony No. 2

These are featured on a GSE Claremont CD (CD GSE 1509). If you cannot find it, Harold Moores Records in London should be able to help.

Josip Stolcer-Slavenski - Sinfonija Orijenta (1934)

There were several LP recordings (London, Jugoton...) which can be found sometimes on deletion catalogues. No doubt a modern version of this major piece should be recorded some time soon.

Mordechai Seter - Jerusalem (1968)

A relative rarity indeed, it could be found on an old LP record. The Israeli Music Institute might be able to help you.

Primoz Ramovs - Symphony No. 4 (1968)

Is featured on a recent CD "Pieta - Primoz Ramovs" which you can order from the Slovenian Radio & Television shop:
(paste the two lines together)

Natasa Danilovic - Horror Vacui

For this, the best way is to contact the SOKOJ Music Information Center: sokojmic@eunet.yu

At 4:49 AM, Anonymous Micah said...

If this insanely amazing thread is still alive could I make inquiry about the following albums/works:

Shostakovich: Symphony No. 8.

Carter: Symphony of Three Orchestras.

Ligeti: Double Concerto.

Lutoslawski: Sinfonia.

Gerhard: Concerto for Orchestra.

Balakauskas: Ostrobothnian Symphony.

Schnittke: Concerto Grosso 5.

Feldman: Rothko Chapel.

Ljubica: Byzantine Concerto.

Gregorio: Approximately.

Gregorio: Ellipsis.

Braxton: Saxaphone Improvisations Series F.

Braxton: 23 Standards, Quartet 2003.

Tim Berne: Fractured Fairy Tales.

The Claudia Quintet: I, Claudia.

The Necks: Sex.

I would be exceedingly grateful if anyone could provide me with even one of these works. =)

At 5:21 AM, Anonymous Micah said...

I forgot to include my email which is:

Thank you very much =)

At 4:13 AM, Blogger Rúaidhrí said...

I have a few audio requests to make!

*Barabara Kolb - Solitaire

*Julian Anderson - Book of Hours

*Tristan Murail - Gondwana, Disintegrations

*Einojuhani Rautavaara - 1st/2nd Symphonies

I'm scanning through others requests so I'll be in touch with anyone I can help out ASAP. Cheers muchly!


At 2:21 AM, Blogger aa said...


At 4:58 AM, Blogger Simon said...

did anyone have the Wandelweiser "Stones" by Christian Wolff? I would love to hear that one!!

thanks for all the great work..


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